Victor Chin, CEO of WebTVAsia, talks about how the content platform features both short and long form content to cater to millennials.
There's too much hype surrounding the Snap IPO, says Price Headley, president of BigTrends.com.
The future of transportation is here with this flying motorcycle.
Discussing the future of trucking as autonomous trucks are making their way onto the road, with Jason Seidl, Cowen Group airfreight & surface transportation analyst.
Alphabet's self-driving car company Waymo has sued Uber.
Mike Isaac, New York Times tech reporter, and Gene Munster, Loup Ventures founder, discuss the headlines swirling around Uber this week including being sued by Alphabet's Waymo and allegations of bad company culture.
Meg Whitman, HP Enterprises CEO, discusses the Trump administration's views on the border adjustment tax.
Meg Whitman, HP Enterprises CEO, discusses the company's first quarter earnings report and the growth trajectory.
Pop Up Start Up candidate Matthew Pope visits Aamir Ahmad, founder of furniture retailer Dwell to ask him how he became so successful.
Pop Up Start Up candidate Connor Rafferty visits successful barber Brent Pankhurst to find out why his product should say exactly what it does on the tin.
Pop Up Start Up’s Connor Rafferty visits a Chinese company that can make his hair product, but will the container and artwork be up to scratch?
Pop Up Start Up’s Matthew Pope visits a China-based manufacturer that is helping make his sofa covers, but will they fit his prototype?
Will the general public take a seat in Matthew’s pop-up shop and will he be comfortable enough to make a sale?
Will Connor’s classically-styled retail shop and products make customers want to part with their cash?
Pop Up Start Up’s Matthew Pope wants to change the way society sits with his unique modular sofa design... but will the judges be comfortable with his business plan?
Pop Up Start Up candidate and trainee barber, Connor Rafferty wants a cut of the multi-billion dollar male grooming sector, but can he convince the judges his idea for dry shampoo will clean-up the competition.
Pearson CEO John Fallon speaks about the U.S. education system, priming young people with the skills needed for future jobs and dealing with digitization.
Evernote CEO Chris O'Neill weighs in on his company's decision to self-fund, also adding that "AI in the workforce is going to really propel productivity."
Pearson CEO John Fallon discusses his company's earnings - which reveal a $3.3 billion pretax loss - but argues that his company has a future.
Ryan Roberts of MCM Partners explains whyChinese internet stocks like NetEase and Ctrip are attractive.
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